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    Ray Bradbury. Group of Poetry and Specialty Press Books, Many Signed, including: When Elephants Last in the Dooryard Bloomed - Signed. London: Hart-Davis, MacGibbon, [1975]. First British edition. Signed by Bradbury on the title page. Octavo. 143 pages. Dust jacket. Near fine. [and:] The Haunted Computer and the Android Pope. New York: Alfred A. Knopf 1981. First edition. Octavo. Dust jacket is lightly rubbed. Near fine. [and:] The World of Ray Bradbury. Los Angeles: Coronet Theatre, [1964]. Folded color mailing advertisement for the original 1964 theatrical production of three of Bradbury's short stories. Laid in are folded handbills from the same production. Near fine condition, never mailed. [and:] The Pedestrian - Signed. Glendale: Roy A. Squires, [1964]. Limited to 280 copies. Signed by Bradbury on the title page. This copy is additionally signed on the rear page by the three actors who performed the play version in 1964 as part of "The World of Ray Bradbury" at LA's Coronet Theatre. Publisher's blue wraps with sewn binding. Covers show some light edge wear and rubbing. Very good. [and:] The Dragon - Signed. New York: Footsteps Press [1988]. Limited to 300 copies of which this is number 141. Signed by Bradbury on the limitation page. Pages are stapled and laid into the dust wrapper. Fine. [and:] October. Los Angeles: Shottlebop Press [1983]. Folded and stapled in publisher's orange wraps. Near fine. [and:] They Have Not Seen the Stars - Signed. Lancaster: Stealth Press, [2002]. Limited to 200 copies of which this is number 124. Signed by Bradbury on the limitation page. Octavo. 397 pages. In publisher's slipcase. Fine. This is an interesting group featuring some items not typically seen and providing history of an early Bradbury theater production. From the Frank Collection.

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